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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TUB. LETHBRIDGE. JPA1LY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. Colonel DeBray Hassett will be at the K. 5T. W. Mounted Police Barracks, Letlibridge, for tlie purpose of .selecting Eemotint Saddle and Artillery Horses for the- British Wai- Office. Horses must meet same requirements as on the Colonel's former.1 visit on Sept. All selected 'animals will be bbusiit'spd paid for by Mr. Uay Knight. GOD SAVE THE KING Strike! WouliOur Teachers Really Dolt? LARGE AUCTION SALE OF EVERYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT OWNER LEAVING CITY IN K. OF P. HALL STORE, NO. 427 6TH ST. SOUTH, TOMORROW, THURSDAY 2.30 SHARP, THE FOLLOWING: _ TERMS CASH. Sis Dining Room Chairs Tea Kitchen Cliairs Three Rocking Chairs Six Bed -Spreads Six Comforters Twelve Bed Sheets five pair Blankets Lace Curtains fiilnds.and Pictures i-Eigbt-pay .Clock 4 Columbia Gramophone Electric One Ciirpfet; Squares Forir {Smalt Rugs Large quantity "of- Linoleum DisTies and: Cooking Utensils. And other articles too GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER. One Oafc Buffet One Oak Chiffonier One Oak Sideboard One Oak Extension Tahle Ono Lounge Two Cook Ranges 7- One Heating Stove One 2-burner Oil Stove Five Dressers Two Wash Stands Four Toilet Sets One Folding -Bed Three Centre Tatles One Screen -_ One Washing Machine One Sewing- Machine _ 6 Beds, Springs ilattresses Two Kitchen Tables'! a CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE clable manner to the relief ot distress und they realize that when tlieir-salar ies aro reduced they will not be in a position to contribute. Therefore, through their representatives, th> principals of thO'Various the> I propose to.tho-'Board that their salaries be given tliem ns per th'plr or iginal and if the Board ac- cedes to their request, they make r. voluntary contribution of 5 per c.eut of their salaries-toward a fund, to be administered by a committee ofvtiiem- selves. Cannot. Affect the Rate The teachers' will further point out to llie 3oard that the rate ot taxation is already determined, and consequent- ly a reduction in' salaries cannot af- fect the rate this year, and if it'could, would bo a mere- bagatelle so fur as tie concerned. The money gaine'd from a reduction of their .'salar- ies, they say, -would not reach actual cases' of want, but they believe that with the contributions" from "other charitable their offering will find and relieve distress .cases that are deserving, and that there will any appreciable distress in the- city this winter. Strike! Their case will go hefore the School Board before the end of the month. It represents the unanimous feeling of ttie meeting, at which practically .every .eacher was present. The question1 of coping: with .the contingency 'which ould be occasioned by a refusal on the part of.the Board, came up for dis- cussion, but a vote1'was not taken. The general feeling, however, was :hat tlie unariiniity- exhibited in the vote oa the protest, would continue through any emergency. The word vas not Jolinny, suc-u luck; but the word "force" played its little F. 3.L Riches, "who assumed tile po- sition of principal' of Westminster cliool. this season.'.and whose salary was not affected by the reduction, was heartily applauded when ne stated that he would join in tlie voluntary 5 i per cent contribution, and abide by whatever steps the other teachers saw j fit to take to enforce their proposal, j It might be stated here that the city pays over the school taxes as they come in. The estimates this year pro- j vide for in .taxes, which...will, all-be paid over; tb tfhe school hoard, regardless of The question is, then, what-happens to the amount saved by. the redactions. ad. boy says': Sf I am evor ready -Want to half In meeting today's .hbusellpld. SITUATIONS .VACANT y3ITUAT] olid lail> nilli Uu rh'iurm req.ulro3 housekeeper tan Apply to its Herald gcoa. inen. wanted; tiUlo cash, niQnoy maker for right parly Apply at ouco No diner; than hustlers need at lily. Auto- matic Hoso Coupler Co, Ltd, "Room SlwrloQk Bite.. and women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as Boon as competent; graduates make big money; cntr.ioguo and terms tree Moler linruer College, G04A Centre Calgary. orkon turn b) man and itli no child en V ill for onnblo wages for ijinter month Vnirngecl at once. Box'4S .Herald otilce or partnership in some business -'would Invest sinalV amount. Write'giving full particulars to Box 2, 'Herald 'of- hoe. 838-r t i4> J3c forest Po Words, 25 cents an Insertion..: insertions for the price of !Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BOARD AND ROOM gentlenun, room and jreakfcst with private Must close in. Apply giving particulars :ox 4( Herald office. KEXT-.-Far. u pood room with all lodern cpnveiitences, Etoam heat, hower Daths etc., apply Y. i. n. A.. 3OARD ANP Modern con- reok. Apply 834 th St. S MISCELLANEOUS" "wAJSfs to winter. Plenty fe01' Wo'iffl! tKke stock for part ivnient, S Coaluale, Alberta. Of Household Furniture AT 2 P. AT 104 13TH STREET NORTH. W. 1. 'Wilson, Auctioneer, Is Instructed by the owners to sell the following: 1 Oil Heater House Plants 2 Rolls Linoleum 1 Kitchen Cabinet 2 Rugs -1 Dinner-Wagon, 1 Baby.TValker 1 Morris Chair- '1 HalLStand 1 Axminster Hug 1 Bamboo Magazine Stand 1 Mission Magazine Stand 1 Dining TaSle 4 Mission Dining Room Chairs ,1 Mission Rocker 1 Rocker Dresser and Stand 3 "Iron Beds, complete 1 Bedroom "Carpet 5 pieces Congelium Border 1 piece1 Hall Linoleum 1 Mantle" Clocfe TERMS CASH. 2 Small Tables And a great many other articles! After October 1st all accounts due to the Company, monthly gas accounts and any other accounts, will be payable to the Canad- ian Bank of Comnierce. The Canadian Western Light Heat and Power Company, Limited CONTINUED FROSr 'FRONT PAGE. FOR MILITIA Bought at Paid Was a Head Cranbrobk, B.C., SepL Hylgate bought twenty-one horses here 'today for the Canadian militia service. Every horse was tried out Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone i 386 j Cartful tat Rrimitt ttnttt on the racetrack. Tfae average price per head was about Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pllla arc made according to a formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indiana, 'and learned from them by Dr. Though- repeated at- tempts :haVe been made, by physi- cians and chemists, it has been found impossible to improve the formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root 'out the worltl for Constipalioa and ill Kidney and Liver troubles. They act promptly and effectively, and; Qlectnso This Board of in; endorsing the petition" on t'iie grounds thai they believe' within- the district named eminently j lands at present under irrigation in the Lethbridge district are, and have been, producing excellent crops of hay, and alfalfa ;for the profitable production of livestock as well as grain, potatoes and .vegetables. Copies of tliis resolution and copies of. the directed to be sent, when the petition is despatched, to C. A. aiagrath, Scnator_De_3Teber, W. A. Buchanan, fiLF., Dr. Warnockl" M.P., Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., to Dia- mond City, to Barons, to C. W. Pearson, and also to Mr. Dratej Commissioner of Irrigation, Ottawa-; F. H. Pe'ters, Commissioner of Irrigation, Calgary, and to the Mayor and Commissioners of-the. City, of Lethbridge, in whose hands the petition' now lies. Carried. PROBABLE COST AN. ACRE Mr. W. A. has been a prime.mover in connection with the scheme as outlined, and has brought the whole matter to tbe attention of the government, While the government has never undertaken reclamation work of this nature, it felt that such an eventuality Ms not an impossibility, and Mr. Bjicoan- an hopes that1 wiU" hear I fruit. The dis- posed to construct the canals neces- j sary and turn the operation over to j municipalities "or farmers' 'c-rganiza- Officials '.the. Irrigation i Branch have'.informed: Mr. Buchanan 'that- the belief is prevalent "t-biCt suf- ficient information "will, be available 'by the end oi the present season to warrant submitting the data yfpf tlie consideration of meut, although' if it lie determined to .construct further surveys will he necessary next year tovlocate the, canals and and locate-the various well as; accu- rately tracts .that can te irrigated. The work .up--ito the present, Mr. Buchanan says, shows that there is .water abailable in the Old .Man'-river, -and. that ap- proximately aPrea of.land ,can fcc irrigated at an approximate ccet of an acre. The' department 'is 'fully cognizant of the importance ol irrigation to the fullest development tbe region, and 'it IB all concerned that the'government iyiH take view of the matter. .cattle and sheep .0 feed through wlr.ier here, in .the irrigated district- Horses per head per month; catjfo S1..50. Special ar- "for'fattening steers. Farm inducts Limited? W. J. Lloyd Mgr., wishes position ''as housekeeper, 'companion help, carev of invalid, or ,'good plain .'.cook... Tho'r- Momesticatcd, educated, and oe'sf-br references. --Apply to Box 52 Herald-.oftlce. desiring compajiy bas'nev.'ly furnished rooih .for rent foi yotuig lady. Apply Box. 24 Herald o'fliee. TO KENT 7th Avo. Soutll rooms fully modern. Apply N. B. Peat Co., agents, Phone 570, liac- donald Block. TO furnished rooms in a u roomed fully modern cottage. Slo a month. Apply Box S Herald. TO 1st, eight roomed modern house, 704 6th Aye. S. Apply 536 Sth St. S. or Phone 1-tSl. TO six room modern house, close to car line, and only per month. M. Johnston Co., Alberta Block. TO cheapest and most reasonable six roomed fully modern cottage within the city, possession Oct. 1st. Apply 917 10th St. South. Phone 1152. TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valet.'1 Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. Phones MANY .OFFICERS LOST., London, Sept. casualty list again shows a large pro- portion of officers among, tho hilled, wounded or, missing.1 ;cj; SHEEP "FOR SALE FOR five-year-old Merino Ewes, 700 Wether Lambs, Lincoln grades. Price 53.25 per head by tak- ing the hunch. Enquire Tennant, Buckley, Milk Riser, Alta. TEACHElfw ANTED TEACHER the L'eth- bridge Inspectorate.: to act as district editor for the Alberta School Journal. ,Duties; to write -monthly local notes, 'and to receive subscriptions, adver- tisements, etc. -Liberal payment on ae-p-gsted inattor, .which, with commis- sions, should average ?10 to 530 per month. Must.have 5100 cash .to in- vest in stock oi company now. form- ing to take orer present business, which shows profits on past earnings edual to a 15% dividend. As only one appointment be made in. each in- spectorate, this is an unusual oppor- tunity for a teacher -crease present salary. to largely in- Apply at once School Journal, Strathcona. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have bought from 'Joe Fong tlie Restaurant Busi- ness heretofore conducted -by the said Joe Fong, under the name of the Oxford Cafe, on First in the'City of the said Joe Fong has no' further interest in the said business. The debts of the said 'business are to be paid by the said Joe Fons. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this ISth day of September, AJX 1914. .GOW DONO.. FINE to Buy It !ii Lethbridge Everything from a Busi- -jti-i ness Card to the Larg- L- t cst Ledgers can be had 1 at thp- Herald Job Printing Department We get a commission on .mater- ial that cannot "be produced in the city and IT COSTS YOU NO MORE Is there any reason for Bending out of town or giving tlio out- side solicitor the order? (If so, rive us a chance to'renrbyc it. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. .Limited P. R. Freight Sheds 1163 PHONES 1664 f Office Office Stables. TO modern 7 roomed house on car line, No. 12GO Gfch Ave S. been newly renovated. Apply to H. A. Grocers. Professional Cards MEDICAL 'R. W. a SurReou. AccoHdior Hours Oako 314 Third Avenue. Photic 12E3' DENTAL 'R Shei ock Hlook bltth Aii-nue. Olllco louts H 12 ij 7 g jo Offl'ja phoue Kisiclcnco JO 0 OR L C W tclsin. Sur- fieou, at resliicneo corner Avenue South and Street iioaro BJ: 1-3; to 8 SO DP fije Noss and Ihroat Dominion Bulhllns. OIDco Loirs 935 to 12s Z6 menlnE" ftppQiixlment. Pbdnca. office 341: tetidcnre 133 PHYSICIAN R I. B lember of Col- lese Ph.vfiiciaaa and Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite SlO-18. Sherlock Bldg. .Phone 1414. VIA VI LETHBRIDGE vuvi COMPANY Natural "Bjatem.of Treatment or Venou nesb etc) Number 15 HulI'.Blk.'.Hours 4 dJlly; 10 to appointment. Hiss'E. S. Odolr, 167- PK5VATB HOSPITAL RIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and maternity Homo. 1224 7th Avenue South. TPliono 74G. DRESSMAKING SEWIN'G' 'Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Jlr's. B. J. Pannell, Room 11, Dominion the day done at home. Phono IMS. Miss J1-' Far' ri.rs, 406 15th St. S. ART EMBROIDERIES EEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Filmer, Phono 7S3. 14th Ave. S. FURRIER TO room's by day, j week or month; monthly very_ reason- able. Will sell at a reasonable price the Kenn Block Rooming House, rear of Lethbridge Hotel. It. Castle. Pro- prietor. .j in the Connauglit Man- -.ions, ttt'o-robnied suite completely urnishetl with kitchen and bath. Rent reasonable. Apply to Victoria Man- 'onr. corner Crd Avenue and Tenth Street South. TO S roomed house, 31D 13th St. 'S., situated between 3rd and 4th facing west. Possession Oct. 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. TO modern, up-to- date, centrally located, ?15 per month immediate possession. Ring 54.% C. C. Pagnuelo Co. TO room semi-modern cottage. No. C2g 12th Street. 516 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5, Macdonald BIk. TO -roomed modern bouse with gas, in good condition, 3 doors from car line. ?25 per month to good tenant. Apply Bos 32 Her- ald. FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co., firs. Ready now. door north of Herald- Apply at Herald office. TO modern 8 roomed storey and half house, pleasantly sit- uated facing south on 7th Ave. S. Apply to Arthur Hayr, Hayr Hard- ware Co. TO roomed house, 1263 Cth Ave. A S., all modern convenien- ces at 525 per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Co., 115 Sherlock BIk. Phone 1291. PROPERTY FOB SALE FOR 76.acre ranch 14 miles, from D. C., 1% miles from P. 0., school and station. One 15 acre ranch 35 miles from Nelson, 2 miles from P. 0, school and station, or wili exchange for any-kind of cat- tle. Good opportunity for any one wishing to get into the fruit climate. If interested write for information to C. W. Lester. Nelson; B. C. MONEY TO LOAN j PRIVATE MONEY TO has ?500 to loan for two years at ten per cent, on improved city property. Apply P. 0. Box 141. URS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed: Please us have order as soon as pos- sible. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. Miscellaneous for Sale C. White Leglorn Pullets, also S. C. Brown Leghorns and Buff Orpingtons with poultry shed netting and incubators; will sell cheap for cash. Apply G. Close, Box 51 City P. O. or near Letlibridge Brick Works. FOR of carloads of "ood upland Kay. Will sell la car lots E. J. Dahlem, Bruce, Alta. 240-1 FOR second hand Pianola, mahogany case, bench and music. All. in perfect condition. Will sell chea-p. Mason .ft'Bisch Ltd.________ DR. M. J. GIBSON-rDentist, .or Royal College of Deutal Surgeons Toronto, und holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate: Ofllca: 8 mid C, Bryan Block. Pbong 1071. DR. L. T. to DrB. Courtlce and University of ifnryhind. Offlco hours Maodonald .Bllr.; Phono 11G5. Lotllbricigo'. Alta. DRS. MARRS AND successors to Dra. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hoxirst 9 to 6, Office, 'His- Inholham Blook. Phono 374. OR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.v Lloontliite Royal Oolleso ot PbyMclans (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours: 8-12; 1-5. Office: S-S. Poet Omen mock. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7tn Avenue Xortb. MRS. W. H. o! Piano, Harmony and Theory. Pupils prepared for Royal Academy and College of Music, London, Eng., or Toronto Conservatory exams, if sired. Studio 1226 Sth Avenue A, South, Lethbrklge. ABBIE G. 3rd Avo. S., teacher of Pianoforte, Harmony and Musical History, will open her classes on Sept. 7t'n. Intereslin? and practical system used with children, leading up to the best re- sults in Technique and Musical In- terpretation for advanced pupils. Pupils prepared for examinations K desired. Phono 1529. KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER will open a .pri- vate kindergarten for a limited number of children, ages of four and six years.' A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will.be included. Junior and Intermediate pupils for piano will also be'ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or hoforo Sept. 1st. KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cberringtou. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum, shorthand. Stenography and Bookkeeping.. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- ing from nature, etc.. Write for prospectus. 1'IANO TUNING H. CHIRPS, EXPERT Player-Piano, and Organ 20 years factory .experience. ours Certificate JIT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to tlio leading musicians .of the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ate A Soutll SURVEYING FOR second hand Mason Risen Piano in perfect condition and looks like new; a rich mahogany case and a good full tone. Easy terms can be arranged. Mason and Riscb Ltd. FOR second "hand "Oxbridge Organ in a beautiful walnut piano case, full octave and rich tone. A snap for some one. Cash or easy terms. Mason Elsch Ltd. FOR buggy, harness, ducks, chickens and turkeys. J. Pils- bury, Coaldale." FOR auto, 1912 mod- el in good repair with new tires. 5700 cash 1! V.' Dooley, Phone 1-141 or Box 327. 237-6 rent or for sale. Terms to reliable party. Phone 1162. Call 4U 13th; St. South. FOR bunch of-, well bred mares and' Hlii'es, :-cr cwould: trade; for cattle or sheep. I could keep horses till next spring If necessary. Owner, John Belseker, Alta. ._ FOR for good oats and barley; can: in 'car load :ots or less at Wobiford or Bradshaw itations. Also ha've a section ot good winter pasture in T-.vn 2-24, price right. Address Gage Shannon, Bos 3880, Lothbridgu. 'Phone 651. OR Koken Banber chair, hydraulic, revolving and reclining, raising-and lowering (nickel plated upholstered in 'best grado leather, as good as.ne.w; working per- fectly. Can'be secured reasonable at M. K. Kaakc's "Barber Shop, Gth St., corner 3rd Ave. S. Montreal. Opposite Bank of For Sale or Exchange WILL automobile for oil' shares in tho 'following com- panies, Okotoks, Alb.er.ta Petroleum, Herron Elder, Prudential, Western Pa- cific, i Apply Castle Hotel. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COi'LTD., FOR SERVICE We find ths stenographer that suits the We find' the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting (The complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Monarch for Its light shift and light.touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for each Remington-Junior (Has'a market and field of Its own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON CURABILITY. Everything in Typewriter Supplies. A. J, Building, Lethm-Wae, Alberta, F. HAMILTON, and Alborta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 6 and C, Whitney Bloclr. P, O. Bo-: CT. Phono DUFF M wards. Dominion anil Al- berta Land Surveyor; Donali A. Duff, blue Hint- Ing, civil engineering and land sur- veying. Suite 205. Sherlock llldg. Lethbr.ldge.AUaj AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales' of all kinds conducted on -reasonable ternii. and farm sales ipwIiUy. Office at the Wllaon Furniture Co, ISth St, North. Phone 1023. Residence. Phone MS. Downtown office at the Lethbritlse- Weyourn Hfi.-sltv r.n.. Plintio. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also, agent for the Somerville Mctrble Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite -Court House: -Phone ML' Resi- dence 284 7th S. Open day and night. S. V. Director and Embalmer. 4HT'5th' Street Soiltbi Phnnc 1802. nlKfit'-iir day: WHOLESALE'. HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES-" Wholesale and retail. AH varieties of bay: timothy, alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay-and Btraw. Mixed carloads a'specialty. Storage for household etc., cellar space for rent, and Saundejs, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Roi 1127. .Phone 1244. ACCOUNTANT W. D. .of the tnstl. stlllite of. Chartere'fl Accountams ol BnBland and Wales, and of'tliO'In- tnte of Chartered Accountants .in Alberta. Acadia .Bids- -Lcthbrtflge. W. A. COV. Chirtertd AeceuhUntt Winnipeg Lethbrldge Accountancy in all Its branches Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, ana Trust Work, Inves- Liquidations. :l Acadla Eulldino, Lcthbrldo> Resident R, J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered. Accountant ;